top of page
  • Writer's pictureLeanna Fox

How Many Sessions Does It Take for Electrolysis Hair Removal at Off the Hook laser and spa?

Updated: Apr 26

Most people need multiple electrolysis sessions to achieve permanent hair removal. Nevertheless, it's important to remember that outcomes can differ among individuals, and certain individuals might necessitate a greater or lesser number of sessions.

The number of electrolysis sessions required can also vary based on the individual and the treatment location. To target the actively growing hair follicles, sessions may be planned closer together, such as once a week or every two weeks. Sessions may be spaced further apart as the treatment proceeds and hair growth slows.

The average electrolysis treatment lasts 30 minutes. But larger areas, such as your legs, might take up to an hour or more. Electrolysis for face, on the other hand, can take as little as 15 minutes for a few hairs on your upper lip or brows!

You'll see a clear difference in regrowth rates before and after electrolysis. Your hair will get considerably less and finer with each electrolysis session, and it will take much longer to grow back. Your hair shouldn't grow back when your treatment is effectively completed!

What Are the Factors That Affect The Number of Electrolysis Sessions?

We've already mentioned a few things to remember when deciding the number of electrolysis sessions. You should check in with your practitioner before your electrolysis hair removal appointment to see if you must follow any special instructions. Other than that, here's what else you might need to think about:

  • Hair thickness and density: Coarser hair may require more sessions than finer hair. In that case, the thicker the hair, the longer it takes to remove it.

  • Hair growth cycle: Electrolysis is most effective while the hair is actively growing. At that time, multiple sessions are required to target all hair follicles.

  • Treatment area: The size of the treatment area also influences the number of sessions. Larger areas may need more sessions to guarantee total hair removal.

  • Pain threshold: The greater your pain threshold, the longer the treatment can be continued. So that means your electrologist can perform lengthier and more intensive treatments. This can reduce the overall number of sessions you need as well.

Other than these, there may be other factors that can influence the electrolysis sessions. However, after the sessions, we guarantee you won't find another hair in your treatment area.

Remember that practically every hair removal treatment involves some level of discomfort. Even though you feel pain, it signifies your follicles are weakening and are less likely to reappear, bringing you one step closer to permanent hair removal.

13 views0 comments


bottom of page